The Book of Webmin
by Joe Cooper
Publisher: No Starch Press 2003
Number of pages: 273
The Book of Webmin is a comprehensive guide to the Webmin system administration tool, documenting its unique features while explaining each of the core services. Each chapter features tutorials that provide step-by-step configuration processes for accomplishing common tasks with each service. With numerous real-world examples, this book covers all core Webmin features; the standard system features; and the most popular services.
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Self-help guide for people affected by the world's most esoteric operating system. Turn here for answers to all-important questions, such as... Why does the online documentation lie to us? Why does the user's guide bear no relationship to reality?
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